Welcome to our new blog!

We are a biodynamic CSA (Community Supported Agriculture) farm on the St. Croix River in Wisconsin. We specialize in growing vegetables biodynamically, providing educational opportunities, and living as a community on the farm.
Recipes can be found in the vegetable categories on the right.

Tuesday, August 3, 2010

August 3-6 Vegetables

Back row: lettuce, cucumber, carrots, scallions, basil
Front row: turnips, zucchini, summer squash, sorrel, beets, and kohlrabi

Baby not included

Future Farmers??

Alma and Georgia

Tuesday, July 13, 2010

Hail damage-June of 2010

Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Herbs this week

Marjoram, sage, lemon balm, ,dill

Monday, June 14, 2010

What's in the box 6-14

Back row: three bags of lettuce, spinach, mixed greens
Middle area: garlic scapes, snow peapods, onion
Front row: radishes, green onions, lemon mint, sage, parsley, wildflowers

Debbie's husband, Rainer, and baby Alma.

St. John's Festival

Philadelphia Community Farm’s St. John’s Festival
Sunday, June 27, 3-7pm

St. John’s Tide is a time to share in the blessings of nature and community. The St. John’s Festival, like many seasonal festivals, combines pre-Christian traditions and Christian inspiration. It celebrates the birth of John the Baptist, “A burning and shining light.” The festival occurs around the time of the summer solstice when nature reaches its fullest growth and the sun is at its greatest strength. Rudolf Steiner states: “We will embody the right St John’s mood if the event is experienced with clear, bright, full consciousness”.
This is a free event-not a fundraiser. We will have a potluck meal, the “Three Farmers” play, a wild foods walk, a bonfire, and more. So please join us this year as we jump over the St. John’s bonfire into a brighter consciousness: one that embraces brotherly and sisterly love and gratitude for all the gifts of life.
The address of the farm is 599 280th St, Osceola, WI 54020
Please call or email Deborah Dornemann with questions